Yellowstone National Park has again had firewood become available for a limited number of people. Park Spokesman Al Nash says such firewood periodically becomes available in the park for a variety of reasons including trees being knocked down by high winds or hazard tree removal. Nash says applications for a limited number of firewood collection permits will be accepted for three days only, April 12th through the 14th. Names submitted before April 12th or after April 14th will not be considered. Nash says permits will be issued in the order the phone calls are received. Permits cost $25 and allow the collection of up to three cords. Calls should be made to the Yellowstone Visitor Services Office at 307-344-2116, and applicants will need to leave their names and daytime phone numbers. Successful applicants will be contacted as wood becomes available.